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RPSE News

Tue
Mar
12
U.S. News and World Report released its 2020 Best Education Graduate Schools rankings on March 12, and UW-Madison is home to the highest-rated public school of education in the nation, a distinction it is sharing this year with the University of California-Los Angeles. UW–Madison’s School of Education is No. 3 overall, trailing only Ivy League privates Harvard University and the University of Pennsylvania. UW–Madison, UCLA, and Stanford University all tied for the No. 3 spot. In addition, UW–Madison’s School of Education is also home to nine specialty programs ranked among the top 10 in the nation — including the top-ranked program in rehabilitation counseling.
Fri
Feb
08
UW-Madison's new bachelor of science in health promotion and health equity (HPHE) program will be housed in the School of Education's Department of Kinesiology. This program responds to student interest and employer demand for health-related expertise and health education careers, and will be run in collaboration with the School's Departments of Counseling Psychology, and Rehabilitation Psychology and Special Education.
Mon
Feb
04
UW-Madison’s Kristina Kim was recently selected as the student intern for the Wisconsin Council for Exceptional Children’s (CEC) executive board. The CEC is a professional association of educators working to advance the success of children with exceptionalities. Kim is a master’s degree student in special education with the School of Education’s Department of Rehabilitation Psychology and Special Education.
Fri
Jan
25
UW-Madison School of Education Dean Diana Hess is co-chairing a task force that’s designed to help identify how University of Wisconsin System institutions can better meet Wisconsin’s need for more teachers and school leaders. Hess is co-chairing this group with Deborah Kerr, president-elect of AASA, the national School Superintendents Association, and current superintendent of the Brown Deer School District. The UW System Task Force for Advancing Teachers and School Leaders in the State of Wisconsin was announced Jan. 25. The task force will have eight members in all and is to produce a report and recommendations by May 1, 2019, for presentation to the UW System Board of Regents Education Committee in June.
Tue
Jan
22
The Baraboo (Wisconsin) News Republic earlier this month put the spotlight on innovative rural education work being conducted by researchers at UW-Madison. The article explains how the Wisconsin Center for Education Research (WCER) started a “Teacher Speakout!” program in 2016. The newspaper interviews Katie McCabe, a doctoral student with the School of Education's special education program, for the report.
Fri
Jan
11
In some ways, it doesn’t seem like all that long ago when Malachy Bishop was working toward his doctorate in rehabilitation psychology at UW-Madison in the late 1990s, when his advisor was Professor Norm Berven. This past fall, Bishop joined the School of Education's Department of Rehabilitation Psychology and Special Education as a faculty member. As part of his offer to return to the university, Bishop was awarded a prestigious named professorship — the Norman L. and Barbara M. Berven Professor of Rehabilitation Psychology.
Mon
Dec
24
When Lexy Richardson, an undergraduate student majoring in rehabilitation psychology, arrived at UW-Madison in 2014, she had made her peace with stepping off the court. In a turn of events, Richardson was called back on the court during her sophomore season when then-coach Bobbie Kelsey added her to the roster as a walk-on, after a string of injuries on the team.
Mon
Dec
10
The latest edition of Learning Connections, a news magazine published twice a year for alumni and friends of the UW-Madison School of Education, is now available online. The ​Fall 2018 issue is filled with exciting news about School of Education faculty, staff, students and alumni. The theme for this latest issue is impact. By tapping into its talents and expertise, the School is involved in a range of initiatives across the arts, health and education that are designed to positively impact our community — and our world.
Tue
Nov
06
UW-Madison’s Kimber Wilkerson and Melinda Leko were awarded a $2.5 million U.S. Department of Education Teacher Quality Partnership Grant to fund 40 graduate students who will work with students with disabilities in high-need and small, rural school districts across Wisconsin. “Special educators are sorely needed across Wisconsin — with the need particularly acute in small, rural districts and in schools that serve a high number of families and children who are economically disadvantaged,” says Wilkerson.
Fri
Nov
02
Martha Mock, an alumna of UW-Madison’s School of Education, was presented the Leadership in Inclusive Higher Education Award on Oct. 10 at the 2018 State of the Art (SOTA) Conference on Postsecondary Education and Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities in Syracuse, N.Y. The award recognizes an administrator, program director, or staff member with a higher education institution who epitomizes leadership in the postsecondary field. Mock earned her Ph.D. from the Department of Rehabilitation Psychology and Special Education in 2004, and today is a clinical professor at the University of Rochester's Warner School of Education.
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